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January 11, 2020 | | Post a Comment

first_imgWhen the final buzzer sounded, the Marauders had outscored LBCC 58-20 in the paint and held a 43-31 rebounding edge. They also held the Vikings to a paltry 27.9 shooting percentage. JaVaughn Espritt led AVC with 22 points. LBCC also lost a little bit of composure late in the game when both Chris Brown and Emmanuel Green were ejected for flagrant fouls. “We had a good year,” said Anderson, “but it was disappointing tonight.” David Felton can be reached at david.felton@presstelegram.com or (562) 499-1318. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LONG BEACH – The end of Long Beach City College’s 14-game winning streak – and the end of its season – was an inside job. With leading rebounder and conference co-MVP Eric Williams on crutches and in street clothes with an injured right knee, the Vikings had no answer for a talented squad from Antelope Valley. LBCC was outscored by nearly 40 points in the paint and was eliminated from the Southern California Regional Playoffs, 88-57, at Hall of Champions Gym on Friday night. “I thought we (had a chance without Williams),” said LBCC coach Gary Anderson. “We missed some (early) shots and they made some. … Some of our guys tried to do too much. “Surely, not having Eric emotionally affected us some.” center_img The Marauders (28-6) pounded the ball inside from the opening tip and took early control. Antelope Valley outscored the Vikings (21-11) 34-12 in the paint in the first half and outrebounded LBCC 22-11 to take a 49-24 halftime lead. Antelope Valley also did a good job on sophomore guard Deon Tresvant, who shared South Coast Conference South Division MVP honors with Williams. Tresvant was just 1 for 11 in the first half for three points. “They really shut Deon down,” said Anderson. Tresvant responded in the second half with 20 points but was only 8 for 31 from the floor. “(Tresvant is) amazing,” said AVC coach Dieter Horton, who coached Fullerton College to the state title last season. “You have to respect him and stay close. We did a good job in the first half of just staying close to him.” last_img read more